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Epic pictures from Kent nightclubs in the 1990s

Epic pictures from Kent nightclubs in the 1990s

From Amadeus to Atomics, the glory days of clubbing across the county have been captured on camera.

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'I had to flee to a refuge and now I'm running one'

'I had to flee to a refuge and now I'm running one'

A west Kent mum escaped her abuser and is now supporting others living the same nightmare - here are her top tips for fleeing an abusive relationship.

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How a Kent warehouse changed music forever

How a Kent warehouse changed music forever

The Beatles and Stones came knocking when a small firm created an ear-busting device that would define the '60s - here's its little known tale.

100 pictures of the 2010 snowfalls in Kent

100 pictures of the 2010 snowfalls in Kent

Ten years after Kent was hit by severe winter weather, here are 100 photos showing the chaos but also the fun and beauty of the county under snow.

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Five transformed Kent churches

Five transformed Kent churches

There are lots of churches in Kent which have been converted into other uses, here we take a look at five which have been transformed.

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The impact Covid-19 has had on sport across Kent

The impact Covid-19 has had on sport across Kent

One way people seek to escape the trials and tribulations of the pandemic is through sport - but how have clubs coped during the virus outbreak?

The history of holidaying in Kent

The history of holidaying in Kent

Restrictions on travelling abroad have left many Brits opting to holiday in the UK, here we take a look at the history of holidaying in Kent.

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Royals in Kent as The Crown returns

Royals in Kent as The Crown returns

As Olivia Coleman returns to our screens as Her Majesty the Queen, we take a look at all the times the royals visited the county.

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The Father of Science Fiction's love for Kent

The Father of Science Fiction's love for Kent

We take a look at the life and work of prolific writer HG Wells, who fell in love with a Kent seaside town.

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A look back at the history of the M2

A look back at the history of the M2

The motorway has played a big role in the history of the county's transport network and here we take trip down memory lane into its past.

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County's intriguing religious relics

County's intriguing religious relics

From the bones of saints to the bloody tunics in which they were murdered - we take a look at some of the most intriguing religious relics.

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Ten years of the 'largest Gurdwara outside of India'

Ten years of the 'largest Gurdwara outside of India'

In the run up to Diwali and to mark ten years since the opening of the Gravesend Gurdwara we look back at the history of Sikhs in Kent.

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Witches and weaving: Kent's links to the Gunpowder Plot

Witches and weaving: Kent's links to the Gunpowder Plot

To mark Bonfire Night we've explored how Kent is linked to the Gunpowder Plot of November 5, 1605.

Kent's fascinating abandoned places

Kent's fascinating abandoned places

From ruined hill-top castles to floating hotels, Kent has its fair share of abandoned buildings - here we look at some of the most interesting.

What is the best Kentish shellfish?

What is the best Kentish shellfish?

A trip to the county's seaside isn't the same without sampling the local shellfish - but which are the best? We name Kent's King of the Shellfish...

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Memories of national service

Memories of national service

Sixty years since the last group of young men were called up to national service, one man remembers the highs and lows of his time in the military.

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The untold ghostly encounters that terrified islanders

The untold ghostly encounters that terrified islanders

A new Facebook page has unearthed a spooky series of previously untold Kent ghost stories.

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Business' thriving despite lockdown

Business' thriving despite lockdown

A sad result of the pandemic is the huge number of job losses and shops being forced to close. But some local traders have bucked that trend.

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Looking back at Kent's football grounds

Looking back at Kent's football grounds

A new book features a host of fascinating photographs capturing the glory of the county's football grounds over the decades.

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Kent's links to the Tudors

Kent's links to the Tudors

They lived in castles, built fortresses along the coast and had secret love affairs in our stately homes, the Tudors have a long history in Kent.

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